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Hello all,

I’m participating in Damian Goldvarg’s Coaching Supervision Certification program from March 2020-December 2020 and I’m seeking volunteers to confidentially discuss your coaching cases via Zoom.

I’m seeking 6 supervisees who will discuss coaching cases in 6 hour-long recorded meetings sessions before December 2020.

-*Will you join me?

This training program is designed for coaches with at least 500 hours of experience (ICF’s PCC level) and has received the European Mentoring and Coaching Council EMCC Supervision Quality Award for its content alignment with EMCC’s coaching supervision competency model.

Coaching Supervision is a frequent practice outside the US, with most coaches completing one hour of coaching supervision for every 8–15 hours of practice, depending on the coach’s experience (Bluckert (2010)
Another guideline is a minimum of five sessions per year, depending on the number of people seen each year (Birch, 2010).

         Birch, D. (2010) Coaching supervision: quality assurance for executive coaches?, Conve.rse, 7:40–2

         Bluckert, P. (2006) Psychological Dimensions of Executive Coaching. Maidenhead: Open University Press

Coaching supervision is a collaborative learning and reflective space for coaches to consider their interventions and reactions to working with specific clients in context, and to increase the effectiveness and impact of coaching for the coachee and the coachee’s organization.

One model used in coaching supervision is Hawkins’ Seven Eyed Model

Please contact me if you’re willing to participate in this no-charge supervision experience to enhance your coaching practice and self-care.

Thank you for considering this request, Columbia Coaching Learning Association colleagues!

Kathryn Welds, Ph.D., ABPP, PCC

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  • Kathryn, thank you so much for our first meeting! It was a pleasure to have you as a though partner. Very useful! Looking forward for our next talk!


  • Dear Kathryn, hello!

    I would be happy to take part, if there is still space open for volunteers.:)

    To tell you a bit about myself. I am a CCP alumni. I served as a board member at ICF Ukraine for 2 years.  I have over 2000 hours of executive coaching practice. I am certified by the CCP and Marshal Goldsmith Stakeholder centered center. Prior to return to Ukraine in 2005, Ilived in the US for over 12 years. I hold an MBA and a BA degree in international business. And, currently provide Executive coaching services for Insead excutive education, one of the top European Business Schools. 

    There are two reasons why I would like to apply for this opportunity: 1) A few years ago a colleague of mine Jonathan Passmore with Henley business school invited me to become his research partner in one of the largest European research projects on Coaching and Mentoring, which we completed successfully. Supervision was one of the main topics of that study. This was when I realized that I do not have a professional resource to go to for supervision. Unfortunately, quality of local professionals remains low. I was fortunate to get a number of supervisors during my induction process to Insead last year. It was an amazing experience! That was the only practical supervision outside of schools. 2) Second reason is simple, I have ongoing developmental needs too. :)) I work with high-powered executives. I would like to look through a few profiles to see how I could do better as a coach in opening them up to self-development and self-reflection. 

    Kathryn, I look forward to speaking to you in person, if my profile looks worthy of your time. 

    Sincerely, Kateryna Timonkina

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